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Far Beyond Rubies, a *5 early 18th century romance, mystery and suspense by Rosemary Morris is on a kindle countdown special offer from 11th to 16th February from:
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My novel, Far Beyond Rubies, set in 1706 during Queen Anne Stuart's reign is available until the 15th November for £0.99 from www.amazon.co.uk. It is also available until the 16th November until the 16th November for $1.24.
"When Gervaise sees Juliana for the first time, he recognises her, but not from this lifetime…”
Far Beyond Rubies published by Books We Love.…Continue
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The novel is set in Queen Anne Stuart's reign, 1702-1714, during which Gervaise, the hero, returns to England after serving in India with the East India…Continue
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I am proud to announce the publication of Tangled Love set in England in 1706 during Queen Anne Stuart's reign.
Tangled Love, rich in historical detail, is the story of a daughter’s sacred oath to her father, a Jacobite, two great estates, duty, betrayal and passionate love.…Continue
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Sunday’s Child, (heroines born on…Continue
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I'm delighted to announce that my novel, Sunday's Child has been published today.
The novel, takes place between the end of the Peninsular War and Napoleon's escape from Elba. The hero needs to come to terms with a shocking event in his past; the heroine must cope with her dysfunctional mother's grief and take care of her younger sisters.
To read the first three chapters, please visit my website,…Continue
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Tarrant, an army officer, who fought against Napoleon, cannot forget a traumatic event.
After the death of her father and brothers in the Napoleonic wars, Georgianne struggles to…
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I am pleased to announce that five of my novels, which received 5* reviews, will be re-published by Books We Love. The Captain and The Countess set in the reign of Charles II's niece, Queen Anne Stuart - 1702-1714, which received 5* reviews, has already been published. The Amazon link is: B0FCENLKE.
Two other novels, Tangled Love and Far Beyond Rubies set in the same era will also be published and so will False Pretences, Sunday's Child and my previously unpublished novel,…Continue
Added by Rosemary Morris on May 11, 2016 at 9:49am — No Comments
Now, to introduce myself.
I am the author of three sweet Regency novels, Monday’s Child (to be published in spring 2016), Sunday’s Child and False Pretences, and three novels set in Queen Anne Stuart’s reign, 1702-1714, Tangled Love, Far Beyond Rubies and The Captain and The…Continue
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I dialed Steve and left a voicemail. Disappointed, I dropped the phone on the bed and fell into a deep sleep. The camera rolled. I not only acted out the script but I narrated the talking points of the cinemascope footage.
My sister and I were standing in a pizza parlor in Brentwood, New York. The contours of Janie’s face changed. My older sibling’s lips…Continue
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Hearing my name, filtered through the dark shadows of my subconscious, I followed the familiar female voice.
My focus went to the designated portal. Nancy stood in the doorway, a Centurion Guard on duty protecting the castle from intrusive invaders. With chart in hand and wearing whimsical Minnie Mouse scrubs,…
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Its been a while guys,
and although I loooove my paranormal, there is something to be said about Historical and Contemporary as well.
Since my last visit, I've had three Historical Romances released, and one contemporary.
Each is available @ Amazon.com, so check them out today, you just might enjoy them ;)
Historical Romance Line…Continue
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